Sustaining great art and culture : environmental report 2018/19
Julie’s Bicycle has been working in partnership with Arts Council England since 2012 to inspire environmental action across the arts and culture sector. Since 2012 theatres, galleries, museums, music venues, festivals and other cultural organisations across the country have taken great strides to improve their environmental practice. Review of the programme results 2018/19.
This fourth edition of publication Culture statistics 2019 edition presents a selection of indicators on culture pertaining to cultural employment, international trade in cultural goods, cultural enterprises, cultural participation and the use of the internet for cultural purposes, as well as household and government cultural expenditure. It presents also data on tertiary students in cultural fields of study, learning foreign languages and international tertiary students’ mobility. In addition, one chapter is devoted to cultural heritage. Data cover the European Union (EU) and its Member States, and (subject to data availability) the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) and enlargement countries.
TEFAF’s annual art market report takes a look at philanthropy and patronage of the arts focusing on recent innovations and trends in art patronage, with a particular focus on next generational issues. Whilst European and US art sectors have a well-developed and long-established sector for private art patronage, many of the new art markets in Asia, Africa, MiddleEast and Latin America have just started to see new eco-systems emerging around art patronage, each region adapting different models from public-private partnerships, private foundations to corporate patronage and artist-led initiatives. The majority of the research is based on unique primary research, which includes a mix of in-depth interviews with pioneering art patrons around the world, as well as a global art patronage survey conducted by ArtTactic in December 2019. The survey has set out to explore how individuals of all ages are currently supporting museums, not-for-profit art organisations, arts charities, art education and artists themselves. It also looks at motivations for why people are supporting the arts, and explores differences among generations and age groups in the sample. Report also pays attention to art partonage and ethics and about measuring the impact of art and culture.
Capturing value by creatives : how to unite the cultural and entrepreneurial soul
Graaf, F.J. de, Heinsius, J., Huibers, F.
Objective of the SIA KIEM proposal has been to understand financial decision making and capturing value as a logical step in the conceptual and realisation phase of creative products. We have explored the narrative of reasoning and making choices in the use of different financial instruments by creative professionals. How do creative professionals reason when confronted with making financial decisions? Which options do they consider and how are these influenced by their attitude towards and knowledge of various formal and informal financial instruments? Research conducted by Hogeschool van Amsterdam (project coordinator), HKU University of the Arts Utrecht (project partner) with the researchers Elisabetta Lazzaro and Pawan V. Bhansing and Cultuur+Ondernemen (project partner) with Alexander Ramselaar.